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greenhouse gases. the agreement is very significant because the combined economy of western states and british columbia, the 5th largest in the world. >> the troubled health care website is back up again after reporting new problems. visitors couldn't access the website last night because they had a failure in the networking service provided by verizon. a republican congressman and the chairman of the committee says he is concerned about the possibility for identity theft on the website. >> i know they called a private entity for the security of it. the problem is they may have to redesign the entire system. the way it's designed, it's not secure. >> kathleen addressed concerns about the security in a blog. she says health does not retain or store information. >>> today california service workers will start a voting period that could end with a strike authorization. members of the employees region says uc regents announced a change that cuts their salary last month for pay to fund health coverage. >>> let's go to tera sitting in for saul. what's going on in the bay bridge?
, the economy has been hit with a 16 day government shutdown of course that delayed government reports and dented consumer confidence. analysts say it's likely to mean that that vote to maintain the current policy will be more one sided this time. >>> time is 6:56. a company that makes a very popular asian chili sauce is being sued by the southern california city where they make the sauce. huy fong foods is based in irwindale about 20 miles outside of los angeles. the city says the company is polluting the air with the spicy smell of sriracha sauce. some of the residents in irwindale complain of burning eyes, irritated throats, and headaches. now the city wants a court to order production stopped until the company either reduces or gets rid of those factory smells. >>> later today, san francisco's supervisor wiener will call for a new tax on sugary drinks. now he wants to raise the price of sodas and other sweet drinks by two cents an ounce. so a 12-ounce bottle or can would cost 24 cents more. wiener says the money raised will pay for health and nutrition programs for kids and teenage
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